Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center
New Hampshire has a long history of entrepreneurship, from the first settlers at Odiorne Point in Rye to the nineteenth century textile mills on the state’s various rivers and modern companies such as Dean Kamen’s DEKA and Gary Hirshberg’s Stonyfield Farm.
The University of New Hampshire embraces this entrepreneurial spirit and has evolved as a leading driver of entrepreneurial activities in the state and throughout New England. Created in 2015, the UNH Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter) is a co-curricular entrepreneurial hub where students, faculty, staff, researchers and alumni embrace all things entrepreneurial and expand the state’s entrepreneurial culture.
For more information, visit the ECenter Website.
ESTABLISH & EXPAND